The QUO - Power & Policy
The pay gap bowl-out in women's sports
17 November 2017
The women's Ashes series is under way and Australia is performing strongly, but why is our women's team still paid 400% less than men's?
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What would drug decriminalisation do to Australia?
16 November 2017
Wayne Forbes from Unharm explains the positive ramifications of drug decriminalisation and harm minimisation in Australia.
Homelessness and digital inclusion
13 November 2017
As a rough sleeper, a mobile phone is not a luxury.
What would Fred Nile's gay-only nation state look like?
27 October 2017
Seb examines the potential perks of an LGBT+ nation-state, a place where marriage equality would never be up for debate.
Why object to gender neutral bathrooms when we already have them at home?
23 October 2017
Keegan explores how the gender neutral bathroom debate impacts upon non-binary and gender queer people.
Health Cheque or Reality Check?
22 October 2017
Private health insurance or DIY health insurance? Sharon unpacks US health cost sharing communities and whether they're a viable option in Australia.
A Woman Reimagining the Limits of Science: Kelly Wong
24 September 2017
We all know that STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine) fields remain dominated by men, particularly in the higher levels of academia. Kelly Wong, an online producer at Australia's Science Channel, talks all things science communication in plain English.
Online vs. Campus: Which degree is getting us further in the career ladder?
11 September 2017
"With the onslaught of 'open' institutions and online accreditations, is it worth physically attending university? What would we be missing out on?" Caitlin Morahan investigates.
For Women, By Men: Why we still need abortion law reform in NSW
11 September 2017
New South Wales
“It felt selfish because we are made to believe it is selfish. It made me so angry – a man politicising something they will never have to endure themselves.” Women share their lived experience of exercising their right to choose, despite abortion still being in NSW's criminal code.
The Money and The Power
09 September 2017
Drawing upon her personal experience of being raised as Pentecostal, Sharon investigates the labour relationship between the church and its faithful followers.
Interview with Julie McCrossin
08 September 2017
Australian media personality and LGBTQIA+ advocate Julie McCrossin reminds us that we must be aware of the prejudices and discriminatory attitudes that exist amongst all of us; no matter how we identify ourselves.

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